Cym H. Lowell advises multinational companies and high-net-worth individuals based in the United States and around the world on a broad spectrum of tax planning and controversy matters. Cym handles transfer pricing cases involving millions to billions in proposed adjustments. He also structures advance-pricing agreements on a global basis and advises clients on a full range of international tax matters.
Cym's clients include Fortune 500 corporations whose products and services are household and business-to-business names in the United States and worldwide, and range from consumer products, entertainment and technology, to distribution, energy and software.
A sought-after speaker for industry and legal conferences, seminars, webinars and other meetings, Cym regularly shares his in-depth knowledge of transfer pricing, tax planning and tax treaties. He speaks at events sponsored by organizations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Euromoney, the International Chamber of Commerce, the World Bank, Thomson Reuters and OneSource, as well as by tax authorities outside the United States. Additionally, Cym is a regularly published author and co-author of dozens of articles and other publications on tax issues.
Cym is an adjunct professor of International Tax Law at the Dedman School of Law of Southern Methodist University. He is a former member of the staff of the US House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means, where he served on the Advisory Committee on Corporate and International Taxation.